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Whether you prefer classic or contemporary artwork, Chapel Arts’ spring exhibition offers an engaging and diverse display in Cheltenham.
Introducing an exciting new genre of work to Chapel Arts from Saturday 25 March to Sunday 16 April 2017, the Urban Art exhibition showcases strong colours and bold images, addressing an array of subject matters which are sure to capture viewers’ attention.
The exhibition features a host of recognised names, in addition to work by artists based in Cheltenham, London and beyond, offering an eclectic display covering graffiti, portraiture, and more.
Urban Arts will include pieces by provocative artist Mason Storm, internationally renowned street artist My Dog Sighs; Bristol based graffiti artist Lokey; local illustrator and artist Imogen Harvey-Lewis; London-based designers Id-Iom; Cheltenham pop culture brand Dead All Over; artists Dice 67 and Lee Henderson; among others.
Sure to appeal to a variety of tastes and ages, Chapel Arts’ latest exhibition stands as a complete contrast to its previous displays, offering the perfect opportunity to see artwork which is less orthodox, but equally appealing.
There will also be a preview night on Friday 24 March 2017, from 6.30pm to 8pm.
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